The following is an actual message received
from Shelby Jensen at eFunds, which is the
new name for ChexSystems' parent company,
which itself is owned by Deluxe Corporation.
X-Lotus-FromDomain: DELUXE CORPORATION
Received: from user.etcscan.com
Date: Tue, 14 Mar 2000 06:11:21 -0800
Subject: Reply on your so called Chex systems bites
This is hillarious [sic], This site kills me.
Maybe you knew or maybe not, that a bank
doesn't have to open a checking account
for you nor does a store have to except [sic]
your check. Legally they do not have to if
they don't like the way that you look,
remember check writing is a privilage [sic]
not a right. You abuse the system and they get
you back somehow. and they don't punish you
for your past mistakes all you do is clear up
the problem and your [sic] fine. you can open a
checking account or continue to write checks
again. You should definately [sic] do your
homework before dogging on a company that
acually [sic] helps you so you don't have to pay
such high costs for a checking account. They
acually [sic] have helped save banks and
consumers thousands and thousands of dollars
yearly on fraud. Maybe you had a bad experience,
but then again maybe we should hold you to all
of your mistakes for the rest of your life too.
Thanks for your time and as always have a
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Please remember that the company that owns eFunds
and ChexSystems is Deluxe Corporation.
Join the boycott of Deluxe by having your next
order of blank checks printed by one of Deluxe's
competitors. It will probably be cheaper to do
this anyway! Consider
Checks In The Mail
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Perhaps you have a similar first-hand
experience with ChexSystems or with a
bank. If so, the
Federal Reserve Complaints Department
would like to know (as would we!).